Sheldon Levy, deputy minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development and former president of Ryerson University, is set to become CEO of Next Canada, a non-profit that aims to develop Canada's next generation of entrepreneurs.
Mr. Levy will take up his new job on November 1, in a position that puts him where he is happiest, helping young people launch their careers.
"I just said, 'What do I enjoy doing the most? What have I been successful in doing and where are my networks that can contribute?' [They were] all in areas where Next wanted my help," Mr. Levy, 67, said. "When you're my age you'd better want to make things better, to make a difference."Read More